Explore Japan Image, Japanese Beauty, and more!

Tayuu and two attendants.  About 1910’s, Japan.  Image via yuki willy v of Flickr

shewhoworshipscarlin: “Tayuu and two attendants, Japan. (A Tayuu, at this time, was an expensive prostitute.

Hunting Fireflies by Kajima Seibei This black and white photograph of threehangyoku (young geisha) from the Shinbashi geisha district of Tokyo huntingfireflies, was taken in 1897 by Kajima Seibei.

Japanese Imperial family's antique photograph.   Nabeshima Itsuko married and became Nashimotonomiya-Itsuko.   Nashimotonomiya-Itsuko & her daughters.   The dress which she wears is the thing which a husband gave it from France.   Meiji era. 1909.

Japanese Imperial family’s antique photograph. Nabeshima Itsuko married and became Nashimotonomiya-Itsuko. Nashimotonomiya-Itsuko & her daughters. The dress which she wears was obtained by her husband in France .

Vintage portrait of two Japanese boys in traditional happi coats and headbands (with bows). They are also holding some kind of sticks and another item that looks like a giant flower - not sure what this is, but maybe related to a local festival? This photo is from a found wooden box of vintage Japanese portraits that appear to have been taken by a portrait photographer, possibly between the 1930s to 1950s in Japan.  and image via Vintage Japan-esque on Flickr

Vintage portrait of two Japanese boys in traditional happi coats and headbands (with bows). They are also holding some kind of sticks and another item that looks like a giant flower - not sure what this is, but maybe related to a local festival?

Two women in kimono.  About 1930’s, Japan.  Photo studio Nonomiya Kudan Tokyo

Vintage photo of two women in kimono. The photo is stamped "Nonomiya Kudan Tokyo" and I believe it is from sometime before WWII. This is from an old Japanese family photo album which I am scanning.

thekimonogallery: “Geisha. 1930, Japan ”

Geisha holding her kimono This is a photograph of a beautiful Geisha standing outside of an Okiya or Geisha House. The decoration on her kimono appears to show a woman travelling in a Kago or Palanquin, carried by bearers.

students of Fukuoka Jogakko 福岡 女学校, first school in Japan to introduce the sailor suit uniform, 1920s

Students of Fukuoka Jogakkou 福岡 女学校, fisrt school in Japan to introduce the sailor suit uniform - Fukuoka, Japan - wikimedia

Pinterest
Search